PracticePeople In PracticeMicrosoft deal for Digita.

Microsoft deal for Digita.

Tax technology specialist Digita has acquired the exclusive licence to Microsoft’s tax software, Microsoft TaxSaver. As part of the deal, Digita will provide the Inland Revenue with a new version of the internet filing software it distributes to taxpayers, TaxSaver Lite 2000. The announcement follows the last week’s decision by the OFT to clear the Revenue of accusations of illegally distributing Microsoft tax software to self-assessment payers. www.digita.com www.accountancyage.com/IT.

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